Chester Grosvenor, home to Cheshire’s only Michelin-starred restaurant, has received the AA Notable Wine List Award for the second consecutive year.
Built in 1985 and having held a Michelin star since 1990, the Chester Grosvenor’s Simon Radley restaurant has added to its extensive list of awards with the wine accolade, not long after retaining its listing in the Sunday Times’ Top 100 Restaurants in the UK.
In 2015, the Chester Grosvenor was also voted the Best Hotel Restaurant at the European Hospitality Awards.
The hotel’s Riedel Cellar, under the stewardship of head sommelier Derek Scaife, runs beneath Eastgate Street and is home to over 700 bins.
Speaking of the award Jaime McCormack, restaurant manager, said: “As a team, we are delighted to be achieving this award for the second year running. Maintaining the quality of our wine list, whilst striving to improve our offering with new and interesting wines is a daily challenge and one that Derek takes to with aplomb. We are very proud to see the time, care and passion shown to our list being recognised yet again and furthermore we look forward to bettering ourselves in the year ahead.”